Back in January, Samsung put up giant billboards with “The future unfolds” written in Korean at Palace de la Concorde, Paris. Now, similar posters have gone up in five more iconic locations: New York’s Times Square, Milan’s Piazza del Duomo, Madrid’s Callao Square, Moscow’s Hydroproject Building and Singapore’s The Heeren.
The message hints at no less than “the future of smartphone innovation”, referencing the new foldable Galaxy F, the 5G Galaxy S10 X, as well as the other three Galaxy S10 flagships.
Speaking of cities, all these new phones will be unveiled in San Francisco on February 20. Immediately afterwards they will be available for New Yorkers to handle at the Samsung 837 center. Pre-orders start the next day - February 21.
Overseas korean care. They could be Samsung main targets. What better way reaching out to them other than advertising at main cities around the world.
My best bet is that Samsung did some homework where they are targeting current and future customers and placed advertising material accordingly. It's not like they put random advertisements like this in Ciudad Guayana or Lagos.
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